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  • Expressions with (un) pas
  • Languages
  • De rien
  • Passé composé vs Imparfait Quiz
  • Le beaujolais nouveau
  • un trucmuche - Mot du jour
  • Holidays and Events

Expressions with (un) pas

French expressions with pas
The French word un pas literally means "step" and is also used in many idiomatic expressions. Learn how to say a big step forward, in double time, drive slowly, and more with this list of expressions with pas.


Languages in French
Parlez-vous français ? What about another language? Here's how to say the most commonly spoken and studied languages in French, plus a few more for good measure.

De rien

De rien
If you think de rien is the best way to respond to merci, you should definitely read this lesson.

Conte de fées - Passé composé vs Imparfait Quiz

Fairy tale cabin
Test yourself on the difference between the French verb tenses passé composé and imparfait in this fill-in-the-blanks exercise:

Conte de fées

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Le beaujolais nouveau

Beaujolais nouveau
The third Thursday in November is Beaujolais Nouveau Day, but why?

Progress with Lawless French

Progress with Lawless French
Progress with Lawless French is an adaptive, test-driven French learning system that will help you learn more efficiently with personalized kwizzes, writing challenges, and dictées.

Mot du jour


un trucmuche

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Holidays and events

Features related to upcoming holidays and events in the French-speaking world.
Plus some celebratory expressions:

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